There have been floods in several California regions, but no one wants their water delivered in a torrent. You like steady, light rain, but so far they haven’t been able to store very much of it.
Some of the runoff is being captured by reservoirs, but most of it is just being sent to the ocean. That’s making things much worse for California’s farmers. The price of feed is really expensive. The cost of labour is astronomical. The high price of gasoline and fertiliser has made it difficult for California dairy farmers to compete.
More precipitation for California is predicted this week after a dry spell of a week.